When I think about my mother I usually laugh but sometimes I get mad.
If I could be a famous diva I would be me but with talent and money
I drive a hard bargain in my head and wish it was a reality.
Celebrate the Small Things
This week I am celebrating that my office has been moved. It was just off the showroom near the front of the building and when they hired another support person they decided that she and I would share space at the back of the building. For the last few weeks, I have been working in my office but all the files and papers and such are in the back “nerve center” office. It seemed that when I was at the front desk what I needed was at the back desk and when at the back desk what I needed was at the front. Monday my computer was moved to the desk in the back and all my stuff is in one place.
McGuffy Ann at McGuffy’s Reader
Hilary’s Feeling Beachie Follow Friday Fill-In Fun.
McGuffy Ann provided all the statements with blanks to fill in.
I love the way I feel so relaxed and calm after a warm bubble bath.
Cleaning out closets isn’t my favorite thing to do, but I always feel great when it’s done.
I always cry when I am with someone who is crying.
I used to want to be like the cool kids, but I am now just happy to be me.
Now on to
Celebrating The Small Things
I started decluttering and organizing three closets.
The cleaning out and sorting through part anyway.
I am waiting for the handy-dandy man to have time
to add shelves in two of them so I can put things away
in a neat and organized way.
This handy-dandy man is very good and in great demand
and he works construction full time in the summer so
it is hard to get on his schedule.
Why I didn’t start this in the winter when he is looking
for extra work I don’t know.
Maybe my mind needs decluttering and organizing.
Anyway, I am thankful that I have found this handyman
because he is so dandy even if he is too popular with the
other cluttered disorganized people around here.
Hilary at Feeling Beachie hosts Follow Friday Four Fill-In Fun.
This week all four of the fill-in fun were provided by
Elizabeth at Silver’s Reviews.
Here are my four fill-ins:
Leaving someone out is unkind but sometimes can’t be helped.
Blogging is a fun kind of work and takes some discipline of which I have little.
Asking about why you never married or had children is just plain rude and nobodies business.
Would you post a personal story about someone without asking their permission first?
And this week’s
Celebrate The Small Things
Had my A-scan and pre-op and have confirmed dates for my cataract surgeries.
This is really something to celebrate. Mid-August I will see clearly out of one eye
and late September I will see clearly out of both eyes!
I also celebrate the temperatures are out of the 100* range. Now they are merely in the mid to upper 90’s.
Ellen at 15 and Meowing
provide all four statements with blanks to fill in this week
for Hilary’s Feeling Beachie Fill In blog hop.
I hate going tothe dentist because I feel trapped and that scares me.
I want more muscle and less fat.
I have regifted nothingfrom anyone who ever gave me anything.
Real sugar is the secret to really good sweet ice tea.
Today, I Celebrate the Small Things
I am working on the more muscle and less fat thing.
I won’t say I am working hard, but I am doing a bit of exercising
which is a lot more than I was doing.
I am celebrating that we have a small fitness center here where I live
that makes it more convenient and harder to find an excuse not to exercise.
Although, I am pretty good at procrastinating.
Hilary at Feeling Beachieand Pam at Troopetrie
have four statements with blanks to fill in.
Here are my fill-ins.
This summer is already way too hot and humid.
Despite all the years of practice, I still can’t fold a fitted sheet neatly.
If I go to a restaurant it must have menus that are easily read.
I wish I had not been so shy in high school
I am also linking to Celebrate The Small Things
Here is what I celebrate this week
Even though it is hot and humid and there have been some wild storms I have air conditioning to keep me cool. And I live in a building with strong and sturdy walls and roof to keep me safe and comfortable.
It is wonderful that it doesn’t matter whether or not the sheets are neatly folded. All they need to be is clean. It’s okay with me if they are wrinkled.
I went out to lunch with a friend and the menu was easy to read. I could read it without my glasses
Being terribly shy as a child and teenager made going to school a nightmare. I am not shy now, an introvert but not shy, and I think because of the miserable experience of high school I am a kinder person.